Digital Pigmented Print with Spray Paint
59 x 41.50cm
Edition of 30
"9/11 not only created a whole new political climate, costing thousands and thousands of people their lives in endless variations of terror and doom, it also seems since then the obsession with health in our societies has massively increased. Will my son grow up in a smoke free world but surrounded by idiotism and terror? I don't know I just inspect my own work while my cut out hand is held, gaining light from reason, in a time long gone, by the hand of a kid, veiled by a past gone down the drain. But there is hope, as long as there are spray cans filled with neon colours." - Daniel Richter
Produced for Camden Arts Centre on the occasion of Daniel Richter's exhibition Lonely Old Slogans, 2017
Daniel Richter (b.1962, Eutin, Germany) is based in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna. From 2004–6 he was professor of painting at UdK Berlin. Since 2006, Richter has held a professorship at Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna. Richter’s works are held by museums including the Kunstmuseum in Bonn, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Kunsthalle zu Kiel in Germany.
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